Technical Regulations - Cycling Road
This competition will be conducted during the World Deaf Cycling Champioships from 10 Sep 2019 to 14 Sep 2019 and will consist of the following 8 events (4 for men, 4 for women and 0 for mixed):
|individual time trial||✓||✓|
|individual road race||✓||✓|
2.1 Invitation to Participate
ICSD and the Organising Committee will invite all National Deaf Sports Federation (NDSF) members in good standing to participate in the competition.
2.2.1 Hearing Loss
Participation in the competition is restricted to athletes who are deaf and/or hard of hearing. Refer to the ICSD Audiogram Regulations for additional details on measurement of hearing loss.
Athletes must meet the minimum age requirement for each event listed below:
|1000m sprint||19||Born on or before 31 Dec 1999|
|individual time trial||19||Born on or before 31 Dec 1999|
|individual road race||19||Born on or before 31 Dec 1999|
|points race||19||Born on or before 31 Dec 1999|
Only athletes who comply with the Deaf World Championships Regulations are allowed to participate in the competition.
2.4 Number of Teams
2.5 Qualified Teams
2.6 Number of Athletes per Discipline
A maximum number of athlete(s) per NDSF is allocated to each Cycling Road discipline listed below:
2.7 Number of Athletes per Event
A maximum number of athlete(s) per NDSF is allocated to each event listed below:
|individual time trial||5||5||-|
|individual road race||5||5||-|
2.8 Number of Reserves or Substitutes per Event
A maximum number of reserve/substitute athlete(s) per NDSF is allocated to each event listed below:
|1000m sprint||No reserves/substitutes|
|individual time trial||No reserves/substitutes|
|individual road race||No reserves/substitutes|
|points race||No reserves/substitutes|
2.9 Competition Entry Standards
2.10 Competition Entry Rules
Only an authorised representative of each NDSF is allowed to submit competition entries.
2.11 Non-Starting Athletes
A fine of USD$100.00 will be levied on each non-starting athlete unless he/she submits a doctor's declaration in writing English that he/she should not be allowed to start.
Please refer to the 13. Preliminary and Final Registrations in the Deaf World Championships - Regulations, for further details on registration.
4. COMPETITION RULES AND REGULATIONS
4.1 Technical Organisation
ICSD is be responsible for the technical organisation of the competition in conjunction with the (UCI).
4.2.1 Technical Committee
The Technical Committee is comprised of the ICSD Technical Director and other members nominated by the Organising Committee and approved by ICSD:
Paul Wood - ICSD Technical Director (Chair)
Baris Bulut - Sport Liasion Officer
Adem Bulut - Deaf Representative
4.2.2 Protest Committee
The Protest Committee is comprised of the ICSD Technical Director and other members nominated by the Organising Committee and approved by ICSD:
Paul Wood - ICSD Technical Director (Chair)
4.3 Competition Rules
The competitions will be conducted in accordance with the Rules and Regulations of the UCI. In case of disagreement in the interpretation of the Rules and Regulations, the English text shall prevail. Unforeseen incidents not covered by the Rules and Regulations shall be dealt with as follow:
4.3.1 Cases of a general nature will be resolved in accordance with the Deaflympics Regulations, General Technical Rules - and this Cycling Road Technical Regulations.
4.3.2 Cases of a technical nature related to competition rules will be resolved in accordance with the UCI Rules and Regulations.
4.4 Competition Equipment
All equipment used during competition must comply with the UCI Rules and Regulations.
4.5 Competition Clothing
4.5.1 Participants must wear competitive uniforms representing their nationality, duly registered and published in accordance with the UCI Rules and Regulations.
4.5.2 Participants must observe the Deaf World Championships Regulations regarding advertisements on their uniforms and clothing worn in the competition area.
The draw for all events will be conducted under control of the Technical Committee and in accordance with the UCI Rules and Regulations.
4.7 Competition Plan
The competition plan will be conducted in accordance with the UCI Rules and Regulations.
Allocation of the officials to conduct the events will be made by the Technical Committee. Whereever possible, officials will posses the UCI international license valid for . However, officials with the highest level of national accreditation may be assigned.
The Organising Committe will appoint and an appropriate number of officials to conduct each event.
4.9 Unforeseen Incidents
In the event of unforeseen incidents not covered by the rules and regulations, the Technical Committee will make a determination. In the absence of the Technical Committee, the ICSD Technical Director will make a determination.
5.1 Competition Venue
To be announced
5.2 Training Venue
To be announced
6.1 Competition Schedule
|Event||Date - Time||Men||Women||Mixed||Venue|
|1000m Match Sprint||10 Sep 2019 - 17:30||✓||✓|
|Individual Time Trial||11 Sep 2019 - 10:00||✓|
|Individual Time Trial||11 Sep 2019 - 11:00||✓|
|Individual Road Race||13 Sep 2019 - 10:00||✓|
|Individual Road Race||13 Sep 2019 - 10:15||✓|
|Point Race||14 Sep 2019 - 10:00||✓|
|Point Race||14 Sep 2019 - 11:00||✓|
6.2 Training Schedule
To be announced
6.3 Technical Meeting
6.3.1 Date and Location
|Date - Time||Venue|
|Technical Meeting I||09 Sep 2019 - 18:00|
|Technical Meeting II||13 Sep 2019 - 18:00|
Each participating NDSF may be represented by a maximum of two officials, of whom at least one must be deaf. The NDSF may also bring an interpreter if necessary.
7. CONTROL AND SANCTIONS
7.1 Hearing Devices
The use of any hearing aid(s)/amplification or cochlear implant is not allowed in the restricted zone area.
7.1.1 Restricted Zone Area
The restricted zone area is in effect at the moment the athlete enter the competition area during the warm-up and competition periods.
7.1.2 Violation and Penalty
When this rule is violated, refer to ICSD Audiogram Regulations 8: Violations and Penalties.
8.1 Procedures for lodging a protest
All sport related protests will be resolved in accordance with the UCI Rules and Regulations and will be adjudicated by the Protest Committee.
8.1.1 Any protest must be written in English on the Official Protest Form. The form and a deposit USD$100.00 must be given to the ICSD Technical Director within 20 minutes after the official public posting of results.
8.1.2 The ICSD Technical Director will decide whether the protest is sport-related or eligibility-related. The Protest Committee will review all sport-related protests, and the ICSD Representative will review all eligibility-related protests.
8.1.3 The deposit of USD$100.00 will be returned to the applicant only if the protest is considered valid.
8.2 Procedure for reviewing a protest
The Protest Committee will meet in the competition venue or a designated office at a time decided upon by the ICSD Technical Director.
8.2.1 The ICSD Technical Director will chair of the Protest Committee.
8.2.2 The Sport Liaison Officer (SLO) will be responsible for booking a meeting room and interpreters.
8.2.3 The SLO will contact and inform all members of the Protest Committee of the meeting time and location.
8.2.4 The ICSD Technical Director will be responsible for liaising with the State Sports Association's Competition Manager.
8.2.5 After adjudication, the ICSD Technical Director will forward the original Official Protest Form (along with the protest fee if the protest was denied) to the ICSD Secretariat. The SLO will forward a copy of the form to the Deaf World Championships Headquarters.
9.1 Additional Athlete Eligibility
To be eligible to participate in the competitions, all athletes must hold a valid UCI license issued by a National Federation.
9.2 Additional Competition Plan
In case for a change of venue from velodrome to road for 1000m Sprint and Points Race, the rules and regulations for Cycling Track shall be applied with exceptions for:
9.2.1 1000m Match Sprint
18.104.22.168 18 riders shall participate in the sprint tournament. Prior to the first round a qualifying 200 m time trial shall be run to determine the fastest 18 riders taking part to the sprint tournament and the make up of the heats.
22.214.171.124 The World Deaf Cycling Championships' format for the sprint competitions in the UCI Rules and Regulations shall be used.
9.2.2 Point Race
126.96.36.199 The competition will be held on a closed circuit (entirely closed to traffic) with a lap of at least 400m.
188.8.131.52 On other tracks, intermediate sprints are run off after each number of laps closest to 2 km, that is to say:
184.108.40.206.1 Every 5 laps on 400m circuit
220.127.116.11.2 Every 4 laps on 500m circuit
18.104.22.168.3 Every 2 laps on 1000m circuit
22.214.171.124.4 Every 1 laps on 2000m circuit
9.2.3 Individual Time Trial
126.96.36.199 The starting order shall be determined by the Ranking Points (http://www.deaflympics.com/sports.asp?cr) and be the reverse order of the highest points. Nevertheless, the Technical Commission may modify that order to avoid two riders of the same team riding consecutively.
188.8.131.52 The starting order for each team shall be determined by drawing during the first Technical Meeting; each team shall determine the order in which its riders shall start.
9.3 Visual Signals (reference: 4.4)
9.3.1 The start must be given by flag or visual signal.
9.3.2 Points Race - To alert cyclists for the sprint laps and final lap, all signals must be given by flag or any visual signal. Sound signals such as bell or whistle are not permitted.
9.3.3 Points Race - Live scores must be broadcasted visually on monitor in a designated place for all national team officials and coaches exclusively.
Notice: this regulations are subject to change.